The remainder of the discrimination lawsuit was dismissed Friday, People.com and TMZ said.
Jackson alleged Deen, 66, created a hostile work environment by using the N-word in her presence and expressing her desire to plan a 19th century plantation-style wedding.
Deen admitted in a deposition for the lawsuit she used the racial slur, but later clarified it had been years ago and in reference to an African-American man who robbed her at gunpoint.
The confession sparked a media firestorm and, although Deen apologized for her behavior and insisted she is not a racist, she was fired by the Food Network and lost numerous product endorsement deals.
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